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Bharavi

Bharavi (c. 6th century CE) was a Sanskrit poet known for his Mahakavya (epic), the Kiratarjuniya (Arjuna and the Mountain Man) in 18 cantos based on an episode from the Mahabharata. Bharavi probably belonged to Southern India. He is considered as flourished during the rule of King Durvinita of the Western Ganga dynasty and King Simhavishnu of the Pallava dynasty.

His poetry is characterised by its intricate styles and ethreal expressions. It is possible that he might have influenced the 8th century CE poet Magha.



 

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